Chancellor Phillip Hammond (GETTY Images) LANDLORDS have been told they face no further tax changes in the 2017 budget, with several key announcements promising to impact the property and lettings industry as part of a £44 million package. Over the … Continue reading
Over the past few months and certainly heading into the future, pressure has been mounting on landlords to increase the quality of their rental properties and the conditions of their tenancies.
Every landlord’s worst nightmare is an awful tenancy. Despite the long lasting tenants that adhere to paying their rent on time and treat your property with the love and care as if it were their own, there are some tenants … Continue reading
Over the last decade. high streets have seen a decline in lettings and estate agents with physical shopfronts; opting to move business online instead. Why is that good? Abode knows all too well having been at the forefront of the … Continue reading
Landlords who are renting out multi-occupied properties at present aren’t necessarily required to hold a house in multiple occupation (HMO) license, subject to the scale of their property. Later this year however, this is set to change.
2018 may now be well underway, but there are still a great deal of hurdles and reforms for buy-to-let landlords to negotiate throughout the rest of the year.
The Government have confirmed the ban will not be instated until next year, following the appointment of their seventh housing minister since 2010.
STAGING is the term used for ‘dressing’ your property prior to a viewing or selling it on. It’s a crucial way of displaying it in its best light, emitting the impression of a well looked after home rather than another … Continue reading
THE annual house price growth has risen by 4.5%, according to a report released by Halifax. The rise in house prices across the UK is a healthy sign, promising further growth in the months to come according to the report. … Continue reading
THERE are times when you cannot get hold of a tenant; they do not answer your calls or they are not in the property when you are scheduled to meet them. Perhaps they owe you rent, or you need … Continue reading